Cathy Rhodes Interiors used a peony painting, curved sofa and two wallpapers for an elegant master sitting room in shades of gray, blue and blush. The room, which also had bronze side tables and a purple geoid on a stand, was in the 2017 Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles Home for the Holidays designer showhouse.
This magical night sky canopy is a simple, no-sew project to make on a rainy day. Using materials readily found in your local big box store, you can create a special place for your child to read books, relax and play with toys. Best of all, this project is easy on the wallet and doable for novice DIYers.
When the home office isn't in use, this room serves as a cozy guest bedroom. A sculptural, burnt orange accent wall adds visual interest to the windowless room. Books, pillows and paintings make it feel homey and inviting.
his master suite is draped in painted de Gournay silk Chinoiserie blue-green fabric and adorned with jewelry-like chandeliers around a modern bed with gold leaf and a patina bed. The room was designed by Pamela Babey with BAMO.
This stylish bedroom is kept clean and simple with white walls and curtains; zippy personality comes from pillows in bold colors and patterns. White nightstands are outfitted with sleek blank lamps making the decor pop.
Rich green velvet is used on the tufted headboard to make a sophisticated yet dramatic statement. Sleek wooden nightstands bring an organic quality to the space, while a curvy detailed bench adds a classic touch.
A master bedroom remodel features a beautiful upholstered bed by Vanguard Furniture, custom upholstered bench by Hickory Chair, night stands by Hickory White, designer bedding by Ann Gish and custom drapes using Schumacher fabric.
This serene blue master retreat has rustic elements seen in the chandelier, sliding barn door and white-washed hardwood floors. The canopy bed brings a inviting look to this space and is the percent addition with the vaulted ceilings.
The Broadway set of "Anastasia" is inspired by the architecture of Palace of Versailles, the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg and Russian palaces, said set designer Alexander Dodge of Alexander Dodge Design.